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      Promising Contributions of Nanotechnologyin Fight against COVID 19

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          The World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID -19 a pandemic on March 11, since then, scientists have been working tirelessly to develop drugs and vaccines against it. Unfortunately, yet there is no approved drug or vaccine available for the treatment of the virus. More so, developing effective antiviral and vaccine against COVID 19 remains a major challenge. However, numerous NPs is known to have possessed an inherit antiviral effect and they have been utilized as a promising carrier for effective targeted delivery with low side effect/adverse effect. Perhaps, exploring the concept of nanotechnology in battling COVID 19 will ensure an excellent therapeutic prognosis. The review focus on emphasizing the need to explore the concept of nanotechnology as a gold possibility that could potentiate the world to win the fight against COVID -19.

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          22 June 2020
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          [1 ] School of Pharmacy, Sharda University Greater Noida, India
          [2 ] Department of Pharmaceutics and Industrial Pharmacy, Ahamadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria.
          [3 ] School of Pharmacy, Sandip University: Nashik, Maharashtra, India.
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          10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-.PPGL0OG.v1

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          Medicine, Materials science

          COVID-19, nanomedicines, and nanotechnology

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